99 out of 10GreatSchools

A. E. Arnold Elementary School

Buena Park, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-6
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  • Enrollment: 730


A. E. Arnold Elementary School
10051 Bernadette Ave
Buena Park, CA 90620
(714) 220-6965
A. E. Arnold Elementary School is located in Buena Park, CA and serves grades K-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 9 out of 10
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Reviews17 Reviews

I would rate this school very poor. This school does not want to help your children. They expect your children to be novel writers at age 5. They are very unrealistic, very aggressive meaning if they don't like you or you call teem out on teaching methods, they will call CPS for the littlest things. Do not trust this school, they are cowards and very unprofessional. The state should shut this school down.
The principle is not personable at all. Arnold depend upon the parents to educate their children's and give homework as necessary. But the unaware of the state standards that are needing to the addressed at each grade level. I am disappointment and disgusted by some of the teacher how they are teach the kids.
My son goes to Arnold, came there in the 1st grade ... They have a great math and reading program ..many people move into area just for the schools . you will have to bring additional supplies to school due to budget cuts .. but that is schools in california
We have been generally pleased with Arnold. Staff and parents are proactive and generally engaged with the students and teachers. Daughter just finished K with Ms. Yue and my son just finished with 2nd with Ms. Earley. Both of these ladies are awesome people and gifted teachers who really care. The "three R's" are adequately taught, as are the state tests, no music, however, there is plenty of art, especially in Ms. Earley's class (she taught what I didn't learn until I took Art Appreciation during my freshman year in college)! Lots of mostly Korean immigrant families who don't always speak English, so they tend to stick together, and don't always integrate very well with the other cultures (Latino, Anglo-Saxon, African, etc.) who do seem to integrate seamlessly.
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